Monday, January 4, 2010

As It Happens opens this week

As It Happens was supposed to open last Wednesday as one of the last two Thai movies of 2009. But for whatever reason, it never showed up. It's now one of the first Thai films of 2010, coming out this Thursday, according to Major Cineplex.

The romantic comedy, Thai title: บังเอิญ… รักไม่สิ้นสุด, Bang-Eam … Ruk Mai Sin Soot, literally "conincidentally… love that never ends", is about a young man (Nawin Yaowaphonkul) and woman (Nattaveernuj Thongme) who keep bumping into each other in various places around the world at various important stages of their lives.

It's directed by industry veteran Udom Udomroj, who's best known for his 1994 vampire romance Khoo Thae Song Loke (คู่ แท้ สอง โลก). He also directed 2006's monastic comedy The Golden Riders (Ma Gap Phra).

The trailer for As It Happens is on YouTube and it's embedded below.

And check out DaraThai, which has more about the music in the film.

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